Understanding PRV Stability

Originally delivered Sep 12, 2018
Source: Sponsored
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    0.00

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Do you understand PRV instability, the risks associated with it and how to perform an engineering analysis to assess it? Learn more in this webinar.

This 60-minute ioMosaic-sponsored webinar outlines the risks associated with potentially unstable PRV installations and reviews the latest developments in PRV stability. Take this webinar to review practical methods for identifying and evaluating high-risk relief system installations, examine how to perform an engineering analysis, explore PRV stability screening methods, and understand why speed of sound estimates are important. Case studies on vapor systems, liquid systems, and two-phase systems will demonstrate the application of what you learn in the real world. 

Take a look at your agenda:

  • The fundamentals of PRV instability
  • Correlations to estimate PRV characteristics
  • The importance of speed of sound estimates
  • Applying an engineering analysis to assess PRV stability
Presenter(s): 

Neil Prophet

Mr. Prophet is a Senior Partner at ioMosaic and brings over 20 years of experience in the field of process safety to his role as a leader of the firm’s Relief Systems consulting group. His extensive experience includes providing project management and engineering expertise to large-scale pressure relief and flare systems design studies for chemical, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical companies worldwide. Mr. Prophet has also led numerous quantitative risk analyses, hazard identification studies, audits, and provided litigation support for safety and relief systems issues.

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